With effect from May 2nd 2013, the Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC) will implement a pilot scheme known as “VerifiedID@SG” for all new “.sg” domain names (e.g. example.sg, example.com.sg, example.org.sg etc.). The scheme is aimed at enhancing the trust of .sg domain names by mitigating against identity theft and fake identity used in registering .sg domain names.
There are many different steps that are being taken in order to block spam from filling up our inboxes with unsolicited commercial e-mail. One of the most common measures taken is known as blacklisting (DNSBL). As part of our continued effort to fight SPAM at Pacific LANWorks, we have enabled DNSBL on your mail server. This is a process most commonly used by Internet Service Providers (ISPs), Domain Name Service (DNS) operators and network administrators which involves entering the IP address of known (or suspected) spammers into a network database. If a certain IP address is on the blacklist of an Internet Service Provider, for example, then we will automatically block any e-mails coming from the blacklisted IP address.
Just received an email from our long-time supporting customer, to whom has just bought a new system from us and was wondering where is her favorite MineSweeper and Solitaire game in her new system.
Please be informed that VeriSign, the domain registry for .COM and .NET, will increase the registry fees for these two domains by July 1st, 2010.
We are proud to announce our exclusive Microsoft OLP License promotion, starting with effect from today and ends on May 28th, 2010.
It is our 2-prong promotion with special discounts of up to 15% off for Microsoft OLP Licences and on top of it, you get to enjoy our purchase-with-purchase promotions, offering tremendous discounts for other computer peripherals! See our promotion details as follows:-